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Submitted by Pozzle 425d ago | opinion piece

The Sins of the Father: Nathaniel Howe from Dragon Age Origins: Awakening

BT writes:

One of the great things about Dragon Age is the ambiguous way it deals with the ideals of good and evil. Oftentimes you have characters that can represent the uncontrollable chaos of the world, such as Zevran, juxtaposed with a more rigid order of the world, such as Loghain.

Perhaps one of the better examples of this shade of gray is Nathaniel Howe, a character that is recruit-able in the Dragon Age Origins: Awakening expansion pack. (Dragon Age: Origins, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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